Vols open first spring practice of Josh Heupel era
Spring 2021 roster does not include linebackers Henry To’o To’o and Quavaris Crouch
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - The opening spring of the Josh Heupel era at Tennessee is set to get underway on Thursday afternoon as the Volunteers will go through the first of 15 football workouts.
Heupel, who orchestrated offensive juggernauts at Missouri and UCF, begins his fourth season as a head coach and first at Tennessee. A 2018 National Coach of the Year finalist, Heupel posted a 28-8 record in three seasons at UCF, including a stellar 20-5 mark in conference play.
Here’s a look at at Heupel’s first roster as top Vol, one which does not include linebackers Henry To’o To’o and Quavaris Crouch, both of whom are unlikely to be a part of the program according to our media partners at Volquest.com:
The Vols will practice again Saturday morning before going through three practices next week leading up to Easter. Spring football culminates with the Chevrolet Orange & White Game at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 24 in Neyland Stadium. Further details about the spring game in accordance with ongoing COVID-19 protocols will be announced soon.
Season tickets for the 100th year of Neyland Stadium and the start of the Heupel era are on sale now at AllVols.com. Season tickets start as low as $300, with the Vol Pass and payment plan options offered. Fans can experience the Neyland Stadium 3D map to select tickets based on preference. Fans with questions related to seats, views and options can utilize the live “CHAT” feature on AllVols.com.
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